PERB Rulemaking

The table below provides a summary of PERB’s  current and recently completed rulemaking. Rulemaking documents and additional detail are available by clicking the name of the proposed regulation in the table. The public is invited to participate in the rulemaking by submitting written comments or by attending the public hearings noted in the detail for each proposed regulatory change.

 

Proposed Regulation Status
Special Remedies under the Public Employee Communication Chapter and the Prohibition on Public Employers Deterring or Discouraging Union Membership Preliminary Rulemaking Activity: The Board approved updated rulemaking language to include the Prohibition on Public Employers Deterring or Discouraging Union Membership remedies (added by SB 931) at the December 8, 2022 Board meeting. PERB staff is preparing background materials in preparation of initiating the formal rulemaking process with the Office of Administrative Law.
Requests for Reasonable Accommodation Regulations Preliminary Rulemaking Activity: Board approved proposed text at the 4/14/2022 Board Meeting. PERB staff is preparing background materials in preparation of initiating the formal rulemaking process with the Office of Administrative Law.
Expedited Case Processing

PERB Regulation 32147

Formal Rulemaking Activity: Notice File Number Z2022-1011-01. Public Comment closed December 6, 2022.
Transit Regulations Preliminary Rulemaking Activity: Board approved proposed text at 10/14/2021 Board Meeting. PERB staff is preparing background materials in preparation of initiating the formal rulemaking process with the Office of Administrative Law.
Judicial Council Employer-Employee Relations Act (JCEERA) Regulations Formal Rulemaking: 15 day comment period – February 1 to February 16 for modifications to text of proposed regulations and addtion of a document to the rulemaking file.
Continuances, Exceptions, Recusals, Subpoenas, SMCS Completed: Effective January 1, 2022
Electronic Filing Completed: Effective on February 15, 2021.